Christopher Carstens joined me to talk about his new book, A Devotional Journey into the Mass: How Mass can become a time of Grace, Nourishment, and Devotion. Read more

K. Albert Little, who blogs just next door at The Cordial Catholic, joined me on my radio show, Outside the walls. We talked about his conversion and his thoughts on the mass. Read more

I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. David Russell Mosley, who blogs just next door at Letters from the Edge of Elfland, on my radio show Outside the walls. We talked about his conversion and his first year as a Catholic. Listen to the full interview below, then subscribe on your favorite podcast aggregator. Find all the show archives at www.outsidethewalls.com. As always, the conversation continued after the show ended. Patreon supporters get over 15 minutes of extra interview content at https://www.patreon.com/posts/dr-david-russell-17890459. One… Read more

*My conversation with Elizabeth Scalia is embedded at the bottom of the page* Little Sins Mean A Lot: Kicking Our Bad Habits Before They Kick Us Two weeks ago, I put out a call on Twitter to find a religious sister to interview on the topic of Silence. Imagine my shock to find a reply from The Anchoress herself, Elizabeth Scalia. I’ve followed Elizabeth from the days when she was the Editor of the Catholic channel here at Patheos, through her… Read more

Silence and Spiritual Growth I conversed with Sister Melissa Moxley, M.S. on Outside the walls about how important silence is for our spiritual growth. Listen to the full interview below, then subscribe on your favorite podcast aggregator. Find all the show archives at www.outsidethewalls.com. As always, the conversation continued after the show ended. Patreon supporters get over 11 minutes of extra interview content at https://www.patreon.com/posts/sr-melissa-m-s-3-17608522. One More Thing There are new episodes every Saturday! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts // Google Music // Podbean // RSS Social Media:… Read more

In a mindless trance of endless facebook scrolling, I came across this article which arrested my attention. I all at once felt vindicated in finding this gem at the end of a long scroll, and also convicted for having scrolled so long. Read more

As I walked in the long line, waiting to come and venerate his relics I had quite the conversation with myself. I knew that the veneration of relics was an ancient practice. But this just seemed weird – I was going to get to the front and then kneel in front of a body to pray.  Read more

It can be unsettling to see these ancient practices in our modern world. Let’s be honest, you’re not sure what to think about it, and you have questions. Read more

I had a wide-ranging discussion with Joe Heschmeyer, one of my very favorite guests. We talk about what we can learn from Judas this lent. Read more

I had the pleasure of talking with Father Peter Mangum, rector of the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans in Shreveport, about their new podcast and exhibit of the Shroud of Turin. Read more


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